UT 148 Closed
Utah Highway 148, the main road through Cedar Breaks National Monument, is closed for the winter season. The route is groomed as a snowmobile trail until mid-March.
Where To Eat
Please remember that picnicking is only allowed in designated areas. Picnicking is permitted in the area near the Point Supreme Campground and areas designated for special events by the Superintendent. Help us keep Cedar Breaks beautiful by throwing away all your trash. Please do not feed wildlife.
Driving on grassy areas (meadows) is strictly prohibited. Native plants and grasses are easily damaged. Any travel other than on foot is not allowed.
Food services are not available at Cedar Breaks National Monument. Brian Head Town (2 miles northwest on Rte. 143) is the closest place to find prepared food and groceries. Duck Creek Village is approximately 30 minutes southeast on Hwy. 14 and has food as well as gasoline. Cedar City is 30 miles west on Hwy. 14 and offers a wide range of restaurants from fast food to fine dining. Panguitch and Panguitch Lake are also options if you are continuing on Rte. 143 to Bryce Canyon or Capitol Reef.
Did You Know?
The oldest trees in Cedar Breaks National Monument are the Bristlecone Pine. One Bristlecone is over 1,600 years old. You can view this tree on the Spectra Point Trail.